1941: Counter Attack (Arcade) review
"1941: Counter Attack had a lot to prove following up its predecessor. While 1943 Kai wasn't a GREAT game, it did do a lot for the series back when it originally came out: a better, yet, still hard gameplay experience, souped-up weapons, a decent stage count, and other nice additions. So, when I began the first stage of 1941, I wasn't that impressed. It basically started out like any other game in the series. With the P-38 at my controls (second player gets a Mosquito, I thin..."
Community review by pickhut (August 23, 2006)
Fun fact: Greendog starred in another game prior to his Sega Genesis debut. He was originally in the board game Surf Trip, which was released back in the 1980s.
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